If Tom is right, of course, and rich people are paying for police to patrol their neighbourhoods, it means poor estates now have less protection.

Same old Tories.

They said: “We’re all in this together”

But what they meant was: “Never mind you, Jack, we’re all right!”

Q. Ever been puzzled why Tory voters in well-off areas don’t seem to be overly worried by rising crime across the country because of Theresa May’s cuts to front-line policing?

A. Well maybe that’s because they’ve been paying for extra police officers to be taken away from poorer areas to police their own areas.

Source: Tories paying to move police officers from poorer areas to police their own well-off boroughs | Pride’s Purge


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